QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch cut short his important engagements in federal capital and returned to Quetta Monday following suicide attack in Hazara Town last night that claimed lives of 30 people. Fifty six people were also injured in the attack.
Soon after his arrival here today he visited CMH and enquired after the health of injured persons undergoing treatment there. He went to each injured and asked about his health.
Talking to relatives of injured people Chief Minister said that Hazara Town incident is inhuman and regretful. It is very condemnable. It is not loss of any family, nation or tribe but common grief of us all. Affectees should not consider them alone. He said extremism has gripped entire country including Balochistan and we have to face it jointly.
Chief Minister said security to life and property of people is topmost priority of the government. Every affected family would be extended possible assistance.